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For one reason or another, this year's draft is not believed to have too much talent to go around. They will be asked about this, and I feel as if this will be extra motivation for the prospects to come in and produce.
Even if there isn't many franchise-building players, a lot of these players will land in places that will maximize their potential.
As mentioned before, Derrick Williams and Brandon Knight together in Cleveland under Byron Scott will be great for each other. Not to mention the fact that Baron Davis will help Knight learn to defend bigger point guards and break people down off the dribble.
Kyrie Irving in Utah will flourish as a playmaker with those weapons around him. Utah doesn't have the best crop of talent, but they do have capable shooters for Irving to find open looks for. Oh, and Al Jefferson is no slouch down low either.
Alec Burks of Colorado will be a big time player. He is a scoring guard with playmaking abilities also. I believe he will fall to the Milwaukee Bucks and will excell with Brandon Jennings in the backcourt. Also, he will take some pressure off of Jennings to create offense.
A lot of a players' success depends on where he gets drafted. Because there isn't a plethora of talent, teams won't be forced to take the best player available and can focus on needs.
That is why this draft will have better than expected turn outs when we are able to look back and evaluate it.